Sitting room with double doors leading into the garden
Kitchen with utility room and boot room
Large dual aspect dining room
Spacious kitchen-breakfast room
Double garage with ample driveway parking
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Idyllically set, backing onto Stinchcombe Woods, this 1930's house is beautifully proportioned and set in 1/2 an acre of grounds with access to the Golf Club and bountiful walking along the famous Cotswold Way.
Idyllically set on the edge of Stinchcombe Hill Golf Course, situated down a peaceful private lane with just four houses on it, this 1930's house looks out over the valley and stands within half an acre of grounds.
Approached through a large Oak door into the hallway with stairs rising to the first floor. The kitchen-breakfast room has a range of cream base and wall units with integrated appliances, space for a table and chairs, a large pantry and an adjacent boot room with entry into the garage. There is a separate utility room and downstairs cloakroom.
The impressive drawing room has a feature fireplace with a Jetmaster log fire and patio doors leading out to the magnificent gardens. The adjacent dual aspect dining room is a good size, again with patio doors leading out into the garden.
Upstairs a galleried landing leads to four double bedrooms with the Master bedroom enjoying the best of views, fitted wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom with separate shower. The family bathroom has a separate shower cubicle.
Outside the in and out driveway is useful for easy turning, a block paved drive has ample parking and a double garage with electric doors. Terraces close to the house take full advantage of the vista, whilst there are mature borders with shrubs and trees, surrounding a landscaped lawn stretching down towards Cookshoot Woods. Set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, two hundred acres of which are preserved within a local trust for access by the public.
Amenities The nearby town of Dursley offers a good range of amenities for day-to-day requirements such as distinctive shops, library, banks, doctors, modern swimming pool and schools including a Senior School. There is also a selection of independent schools in the locality including Westonbirt and Wycliffe.
The town sits on the famous Cotswold Way Footpath, a series of walking trails that enjoy the most stunning aspects of the local countryside and offers a warren of small villages and beauty spots to explore.
The area is steeped in history with local attractions such as Owlpen Manor, Berkeley Castle, Newark Park and Woodchester Mansion all just a few miles away.
Although set in a peaceful, rural location, the property is just a short drive from the M5 and A38, meaning that Bristol, Bath, Cheltenham are all easily commutable, and trains run direct from Cam and Dursley station to Bristol and Gloucester.
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